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Fm

Symbol, Chemistry.

Definition for fm (3 of 5)

FM

Electronics. frequency modulation: a method of impressing a signal on a radio carrier wave by varying the frequency of the carrier wave.
Radio. a system of radio broadcasting by means of frequency modulation.
of, relating to, or utilizing such a system.
Compare AM.

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f.m.

(in prescriptions) make a mixture.

Origin of f.m.

From the Latin word fīat mistūra
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British Dictionary definitions for fm (1 of 3)

fm

abbreviation for

fathom
from

the internet domain name for

Micronesia

British Dictionary definitions for fm (2 of 3)

Fm

the chemical symbol for

fermium

British Dictionary definitions for fm (3 of 3)

FM

abbreviation for

frequency modulation
Field Marshal
aeronautics figure of merit
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Medical definitions for fm

Fm

The symbol for the elementfermium
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Scientific definitions for fm (1 of 3)

Fm

The symbol for fermium.

Scientific definitions for fm (2 of 3)

FM

Abbreviation of frequency modulation

Scientific definitions for fm (3 of 3)

fermium
[ fûrmē-əm ]

Fm

A synthetic, radioactive metallic element of the actinide series that is produced from plutonium or uranium. Its most stable isotope is Fm 257 with a half-life of approximately 100 days. Atomic number 100. See Periodic Table.
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